Destiny 2 is 30 frames per second on the powerful Xbox One X because it’s been optimised for that, Bungie’s Mark Noseworthy has confirmed. Noseworthy rebuked claims that Destiny 2 will run at 30fps simply because that’s the frame rate on Sony’s competing

Destiny 2 won’t support private PvP matches at launch and will not support Guided Games for Heroic Raids, Bungie’s Luke Smith recently confirmed. Smith dropped the two bombshells with Kotaku on its E3 podcast. First, PvP. Smith confirmed that private

Destiny 2‘s exclusive content on PS4 will eventually head to Xbox One and PC in 2018, Bungie today confirmed. The news was confirmed by Luke Smith via Twitter. Destiny 2's PlayStation exclusive content will arrive on Xbox One and PC

Destiny 2 is delayed on PC because Bungie wants to make sure it’s done right, it today confirmed. “We want to make sure that we’re building a product that we feel is worthy of the PC gaming community,” Destiny Community Manager David

Destiny 2 will be locked to 30 frames per second (fps) on all consoles including the beefed-up PS4 Pro and Xbox One X, Bungie’s Luke Smith recently confirmed. “It’s 30 frames per second on all consoles,” Smith told Geoff Keighley,

Sony’s 2017 E3 press conference had an air of the familiar about it, spending plenty of time digging deeper into the big reveals it stole the show with in 2016. It is great to get an extended look at God

You don’t need to pre-order Destiny 2 to take part in the game’s beta, Activision today confirmed. Those who pre-order will receive early access to the beta, scheduled for the following times: PS4: 18 July at 10.00 am PDT (19

Destiny 2 heads to both Xbox One and PS4 on 6 September and PC on 26 October, Activision today confirmed. Activision’s blog today confirmed the release dates alongside those of the game’s upcoming betas. Those who’ve pre-ordered the title will gain

Sony’s E3 press conference was the launch pad for Destiny 2‘s E3 2017 trailer. Check it out below: As you can see above, Guardians on PS4 will get exclusive access to the following items: Strike: Lake of Shadows Gear Ship: City

E3 2017 is almost underway, and we’ve got a listing of every title confirmed (or heavily rumoured) for show. Games with an asterisk (*) are of the rumoured variety. Each title should have a link to its tag on Stevivor

Activision today detailed its E3 2017 offerings. Leading the charge is Call of Duty: WWII, followed by blockbuster Destiny 2 and the beloved Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy. “Some of the most talked about and highly anticipated entertainment experiences of the year

Bungie has stopped work on the original Destiny to wholly focus on Destiny 2, the developer said in a recent update. In its latest weekly update, Bungie said that the original shooter won’t “get another design pass.” This means that tweaks and balancing has

Destiny 2‘s Lost Sectors are “hand crafted” and not procedurally generated according to Bungie’s Steve Cotton. The Lost Sectors, best described as mini-dungeons, will be scattered about Patrol missions. To enter a Lost Sector, you’ll first need to find its

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On this episode of The GAP Luke Lawrie (Stevivor) and Nathan ‘NachosJustice’ Lawrence (AusGamers, GameInformer, PC PowerPlay) discuss the latest film in the Pirates of the Caribbean series; can you believe there have been five of these? They also talk

Destiny 2 developer Bungie used its weekly update to explain its stance on dedicated servers. Long story short, they won’t be used — but things aren’t mirroring the setup of the original Destiny either. “Every activity in Destiny 2 is hosted by